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Tips for new developersLise Grove Dalsgaard
Starting out as a developer can be overwhelming. There are a lot of new things to learn in a field that is constantly changing. But fear not – in this blog post, our Senior Software Developer & Solutions Architect, Borjan Vasovski, has gathered a…
Want to improve your organic click-through rate? Here’s howCaroline Kjær Poulsen
If you use signs and symbols and your competitors do not, you can stand out from the crowd. It may give your pages an improved CTR (Click-Through-Rate) and thus more traffic.
3 key errors the top 25 e-commerce sites make – and how to avoid themToke Lund
The current pandemic has changed the way we shop in 2020, and with Black Friday and Cyber Monday fast approaching, your e-commerce site needs to be on point to survive the predicted record-breaking traffic.
Don’t let your digital platform go dark on Black FridayToke Lund
Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days in the UK. According to Statista, the total retail spending during Black Friday in 2019 was forecast to reach 8.57 billion British pounds.
On 27 November, Black Friday hits us again. With COVID-19 restr…
Novicell Is Approved Facebook Marketing Partner AgencyCaroline Kjær Poulsen
For several years we have had a close relationship with Facebook and continuously developed our customers' results via Facebook and Instagram in close collaboration with the team at Facebook.
What Does Web Accessibility Mean for Your Digital Business?Freddie Green
To have an inclusive website has never been more important than it is right now. With the new Web Accessibility Act, public institutions must follow a set of international accessibility standards to assist primarily disabled digital media users.
Why A Hotel Website Needs to Be OptimisedDennis Twumasi
During COVID-19, the tourism and hotel sector has been one of the most affected. That is why, now more than ever, it is very important to have a professional and optimised website that is ready to take in customers once tourism is up and running agai…